Biosolids are a nutrient rich soil amendment used by farmers to improve soil structure and retain water.
Biosolids are the final product from wastewater treatment plants. Prior to leaving the WWTP, the material will go through several stages of treatment and rigorous testing.
Crops such as hay, corn, barley and wheat deplete the land of vital nutrients. Biosolids replenish the nutrients with local and renewable resources.
Biosolids offer essential nutrients that make trees healthy. Stronger, healthier forests support economies and the environment.
Biosolids store carbon in the soil which promotes bigger, healthier trees to pull more Carbon Dioxide from the air.
Biosolids are regulated federally and by the state. Wastewater Treatment Plants test the material throughout the treatment process. We test the material before applying and we test the soil after application.